ITE Talks Transportation: Lauren Blackburn on Health and Transportation

Lauren Blackburn, AICP, brings her perspective to the health and transportation discussion based upon her more than 14 years of experience in multimodal and long-range planning, with key areas of interest in bicycle and pedestrian transportation, comprehensive planning, roadway safety, and community health. In the episode, she discusses how Vision Zero can be a conduit for the relationship between the health and transportation industries, and how steps like sharing a common vocabulary can help transportation and health professionals start working together on common goals. Lauren oversaw the development of Watch for Me NC, a statewide bicycle and pedestrian safety program for the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and managed the state’s first comprehensive pedestrian and bicycle plan – Walk Bike NC. Lauren is currently based in VHB‘s Raleigh, NC office where she is a senior project manager.

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ITE Talks Transportation Podcast: Transportation and Health with The Citadel’s Jeff Davis and Dan Bornstein

In this episode, ITE Member William J. (Jeff) Davis, Ph.D., Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Daniel Bornstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Science, discuss the intersection of transportation and health. Jeff and Dan are colleagues at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.

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ITE Talks Transportation Podcast: Transportation and Health with City of Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price

This episode of ITE Talks Transportation kicks off a new series on ITE initiatives, starting with Transportation and Health. City of Fort Worth, Texas Mayor Betsy Price talks about how transportation and health are linked in the city’s initiatives and partnerships aimed at providing choices that help people improve their health.

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Ronnie Hakim: MTA Managing Director, ITS NJ Hall of Fame Member, Looks at Technology from Both Sides of Hudson

At ITS New Jersey‘s annual meeting in September, Veronique (Ronnie) Hakim, Managing Director of the MTA, was inducted into the organization’s hall of fame. Hakim, who served the Garden State for six years as executive director of NJ Transit and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, has had a unique opportunity to see the bi-state transportation network from three of the largest transportation agencies in the US. She spoke with Transportation Radio about what she learned during her time in New Jersey, especially from a technology perspective.

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